Ural Thomas & The Pain
Plus DJ John Stapleton
Ural Thomas is a world-renowned soul legend. He first made his name in the 60s with singles such as ‘Can You Dig It’, ‘Pain Is The Name of the Game’ and ‘Deep Soul’ and has shared stages with fellow soul luminaries such as James Brown, Etta James, Stevie Wonder and Otis Redding.
Now, the 82-year-old singer and his showband The Pain have just released their third album ‘Dancing Dimensions’. Capturing the timeless essence of their sound, the upcoming record spans Chicago soul, Sly Funk and West Coast psychedelia all delivered with the outfit’s exuberant penchant for smooth grooves.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Age: 16+ (under 18s to be accompanied by an adult)
Start Time: 19:30
“The Right Time, technically the debut from Ural Thomas and the Pain, offers a less obvious breadth of sound, showing a star happily still at his peak even as he nears 80.”
DJ John Stapleton
John Stapleton has been collecting records and DJing for longer than he cares to remember. He’s compiled 15 LPs for labels React and Harmless, dabbled in music production and his own record labels, and played records in clubs and festivals from Iceland to Australia.
Previously behind such seminal Bristol clubs as Def Con, The Cooker, Vision and BlowPop, he currently plays at two regular nights in Bristol – Go, Go Children and Easton Standard Time – playing funk, soul and reggae music, all on original vinyl releases. He can also be heard on his Noods Radio resident slot and can be found at festivals from WOMAD to Glastonbury as well as guest spots at discerning nights up and down the country.
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